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Cleveland Christmas Memories From Years Gone By

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Cleveland Christmas Memories From Years Gone By

Most Clevelanders, native-born or otherwise, probably don't realize that at one time, the city’s downtown retail department store district on lower Euclid Avenue, near and around Public Square, rivaled any other like it in the country. At its peak, it was even routinely compared to New York City - truly an admirable comparison. Prior to World War II, and brought on by the success of Cleveland’s theater district, this area of the city was alive with excitement year-round as it showcased the pride all Clevelanders had in and saw for their city. After this period, the suburban shopping centers began...

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Remembering the Cleveland Press Pumpkin

Culture History

Remembering the Cleveland Press Pumpkin

For kids growing up in Northeast Ohio during the days of the Cleveland Press, who could forget receiving their jack-o-lantern cutout to hang in their windows every October?

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